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Since 1972 IraGallen has resurrected and preserved tens of thousands of rare vintage television commercials, children's tv shows, Hollywood outtakes and tone of a kind television programs. For 25 years he hosted the pioneering New York City public access program Biograph Days, Biograph Nights presenting his rare footage to millions of nostalgia hungry baby boomers. He has worked alongside filmmakers such as Sidney Pollack, John Schlesinger, Michael Winner, J Lee Thompson, Gil Cates, Dino De Laurentiis, Sylvester Stallone, Robert Redford, Faye Dunaway, Dustin Hoffman and Fred Astaire. He filmed rare footage on the sets of classic films such as Death Wish, Three Days of the Condor, Summer Wishes Winter Dreams, Marathon Man, Shaft's Big Score, Kramer vs Kramer, Rocky II, Man in a Santa Claus Suit, Gumball Rally, and more.
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THE SUMMER OF BLUES! THE LOST 1969 MEMPHIS BLUES FESTIVAL
This astounding festival featured the likes of a young JOHNNY WINTER, Memphis STAX VOLT RECORDS legends THE BAR-KAYS with RUFUS THOMAS, country blues legends BUKKA WHITE, SLEEPY JOHN ESTES, MISSISSIPPI FRED MCDOWELL and many others. Gene Rosenthal, owner of indie label Adelphi filmed approximately 17 hours of performances on 16mm film and abandoned the project after blowing the remaining budget on film processing. It sat in Rosenthal's archive until two years ago when Bruce Watson and Mathew Johnson of Fat Possum Records resurrected it. HISTORIC FILMS is proud to offer clip licensing for this iconic slice of musical history, It also features footage of the oldest Blues Man of all time, Nathan Beauregard born in 1863 was 106 years old when he was filmed at the Festival in 1969!